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Muhammad Ali (Born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr.); African-American Olympic And Professional Boxer, Social And Political Activist, Regarded As One Of The Greatest Sportsmen Of The 20th Century, As Seen Through The Lens Of 7 Video Features - 5 Hours Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS In An Archival Quality 3 Disc All Regions Format DVD Set, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #MuhammadAli #ProfessionalBoxing #ProfessionalBoxers #Boxing #Boxers #Sports #Prizefighting #AfricanAmericans ##CivilRightsMovement #AfricanAmericanCivilRightsMovement #AntiRacism #AmericanCivilRightsMovement #VietnamWar #SecondIndochinaWar #ConscientiousObjectors #VietnamWar #SecondIndochinaWar #CountercultureOfThe1960s #Counterculture #PeaceMovements #Pacifism #OppositionToUSInvolvementInTheVietnamWar #OppositionToUnitedStatesInvolvementInTheVietnamWar #AntiVietnamWarMovement #Protest #AntiWarMovement #Actors #TheRumbleInTheJungle #FightOfTheCentury #SuperFightII #ThrillaInManila #Olympians #SummerOlympics1960 #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive
BIOGRAPHY: MUHAMMAD ALI (Color, 1991, 47 Minutes) - Eminent actor Peter Graves hosts and narrates this documentary survey of Muhammad Ali's life, with observations and memoirs supplied by guests James Earl Jones, Arthur Ashe, Dick Schaap and more.
SONNY LISTON VS CASSIUS CLAY (Black and White, 43 Minutes) - The complete television broadcast coverage of the February 25th, 1964 heavyweight championship boxing match between Heavyweight title champion Sonny Liston and challenger Cassius Clay.
MUHAMMAD ALI VS SONNY LISTON (Black and White, 34 Minutes) - The complete television broadcast coverage of the May 25th, 1965 heavyweight championship boxing match between Heavyweight title champion Muhammad Ali and challenger Sonny Liston.
MUHAMMAD ALI VS FLOYD PATTERSON: MUHAMMAD ALI VS FLOYD PATTERSON I (Black and White, 1 Hour 2 Minutes) - The complete television broadcast coverage of the November 22nd, 1965 heavyweight championship boxing match between Heavyweight title champion Muhammad Ali and challenger Floyd Patterson.
MUHAMMAD ALI VS FLOYD PATTERSON: MUHAMMAD ALI VS FLOYD PATTERSON II (Color, 30 Minutes) - The complete television broadcast coverage of the September 20th, 1972 heavyweight championship boxing match between Heavyweight title champion Muhammad Ali and challenger Floyd Patterson.
MUHAMMAD ALI IN MOSCOW (Color, 19 Minutes) - ABC Wide World of Sports' Howard Cosell interviews Muhammad Ali while in Moscow during June of 1978. Most of the interview consists of Ali's narration of rare color video tape of Ali's 1960 Olympic boxing matches with Soviet heavyweights Pyotr Zayev, Yevgeny Gorstkov, and Igor Vysotsky.
MUHAMMAD ALI VS SOVIET BOXERS (Color, 13 Minutes) - An excerpt from the ABC Wide World of Sports' Howard Cosell interview of Muhammad Ali while in Moscow during June of 1978, concentration on Ali's narration of rare color video tape of Ali's 1960 Olympic boxing matches with Soviet heavyweights Pyotr Zayev, Yevgeny Gorstkov, and Igor Vysotsky.
Muhammad Ali (1942-2016) was born Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. in Louisville, Kentucky. He was an American professional boxer and activist, widely regarded as one of the most significant and celebrated sports figures of the 20th century. From early in his career, Ali was known as an inspiring, controversial, and polarizing figure both inside and outside the ring. He was #born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, and began training as an amateur boxer when he was 12 years old. At age 18, he won a gold medal in the light heavyweight division at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome and turned professional later that year. At age 22 in 1964, he won the WBA, WBC, and lineal heavyweight titles from Sonny Liston in a major upset. Clay then converted to Islam and changed his name from Cassius Clay, which he called his "slave name", to Muhammad Ali. He set an example of racial pride for African Americans and resistance to white domination during the Civil Rights Movement. In 1966, two years after winning the heavyweight title, Ali further antagonized the white establishment by refusing to be drafted into the U.S. military, citing his religious beliefs and opposition to American involvement in the Vietnam War. He was eventually arrested, found guilty of draft evasion charges, and stripped of his boxing titles. He successfully appealed the decision to the U.S. Supreme Court, which overturned his conviction in 1971, by which time he had not fought for nearly four years and thereby lost a period of peak performance as an athlete. Ali's actions as a conscientious objector to the war made him an icon for the larger counterculture generation. Ali is regarded as one of the leading heavyweight boxers of the 20th century, and remains the only three-time lineal heavyweight champion. During 1964, Ali reigned as the undisputed heavyweight champion. His record of the most wins in heavyweight title bouts in modern boxing history at 22 was unbeaten for more than 35 years. Ali is the only boxer to be named The Ring magazine Fighter of the Year six times. He was also ranked as the greatest athlete of the 20th century by Sports Illustrated, the Sports Personality of the Century by the BBC, and the third greatest athlete of the 20th century by ESPN SportsCentury. Nicknamed "the Greatest", he was involved in several historic boxing matches. Notable among these were the first Liston fight; the "Fight of the Century", "Super Fight II" and the "Thrilla in Manila" against his rival Joe Frazier; and "The Rumble in the Jungle" against George Foreman. At a time when most fighters let their managers do the talking, Ali thrived in and indeed craved the spotlight, where he was often provocative and outlandish. He was known for trash talking, and often freestyled with rhyme schemes and spoken word poetry, both for his trash talking in boxing and as political poetry for his activism, anticipating elements of rap and hip hop music. As a musician, Ali recorded two spoken word albums and a rhythm and blues song, and received two Grammy Award nominations. As an actor, he performed in several films and a Broadway musical. Additionally, Ali wrote two autobiographies, one during and one after his boxing career. As a Muslim, Ali was initially affiliated with Elijah Muhammad's Nation of Islam (NOI) and advocated their black separatist ideology. He later disavowed the NOI, adhering to Sunni Islam, practicing Sufism, and supporting racial integration, like his former mentor Malcolm X. After retiring from boxing at age 39 in 1981, Ali devoted his life to religious and charitable work. In 1984, Ali was diagnosed with Parkinson's syndrome, which his doctors attributed to boxing-related brain injuries. As his condition worsened, Ali made limited public appearances and was cared for by his family until his death on June 3, 2016, in Scottsdale, Arizona.